WHO: Faculty, staff, and students are invited
WHEN: Tuesdays, from May 14 through July 9 (9 sessions), 12-1 PM
WHERE: FLITE 405
Copies of the book will be provided.
The Office of Multicultural Student Services and the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning invite faculty, staff, and students to join a book discussion group this summer. The focus of our discussion will be a book edited by Dr. Shaun Harper titled, “Creating Inclusive Campus Environments for Cross-Cultural Learning and Student Engagement” (2008).
A description from the book reads:
“This book…offers forward-thinking strategies and examples of good practice that will reshape the way readers think about approaching the work of multicultural education. Written by seasoned researchers and emerging scholars in diversity issues and student affairs practice, this provocative book offers practical solutions, innovative models, and pedagogical guides for creating inclusive environments that facilitate learning via cross-cultural engagement. In addition, first-person narrative accounts from undergraduate students provide illuminating insight not often found in other works on diversity.”
Please RSVP for this book discussion group by calling 591-3826 or e-mailing us at email@example.com.